Royal Ascot is well underway – and the event has been home to some eye-catching fashion this year.
Even though the Berkshire racecourse has a strict dress code, revellers have pulled out all the stops.
Floral dresses, intricate headpieces and sky high heels have been in abundance today.
Here are some of the best looks we’ve spotted at the event.
The Tootsie Rollers were among the first to be pictured at Ascot today.
In a stunning snap, the five-piece girl group posed in yellow and green outfits.
Two of the ladies rocked lime frocks that were nipped in at the waist with a belt.
Meanwhile, the other three pals sported girlie outfits that were adorned with lemons.
The feminine looks were accessorised with white hats, nude shoes and brown wicker bags.
A slick of red lipstick further added to the singers’ retro vibe.
Helen Flanagan is another lovely lady to be spotted at Ascot.
The Corrie star looked smart in a matching white suit with gold stud detailing.
Her racy lace top and black stilettos made a statement as she struck a pose for photographers.
She balanced an intricate headband on her head and clutched onto a Dior bag as she grinned towards the cameras.
And it’s not just celebs who have raised the style stakes.
One lass looked very bridal as she strode into the Berkshire racecourse in a floor-length outfit.
Her white top featured sheer panels and fluted sleeves.
The attendee matched the eye-catching blouse with a billowing nude skirt and white heels.
She strut her stuff alongside a dapper-looking chap, who rocked a grey three-piece with a pink tie.
Two other pals looked glam as they were snapped by photographers.
The first wore a ruffled frock with a red hat and leather jacket, while the second donned a white tuxedo dress.
Meanwhile, a huddle of friends decided to match their outfits together.
Each racegoer looked lovely in yellow, with three also incorporating lace into their get-ups.
Two of the mates mixed things up with printed frocks.
The first opted for a feminine floral pattern, while the second turned heads in a leopard print number.
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Yesterday, several members of the Royal Family attended the racing event.
Kate Middleton wore a blue frock designed by Elie Saab.
Blue dresses were also worn by Princess Eugenie, Zara Tindall and the Queen.